Parish of St John's, Te Awamutu
Te Pārihi Mihingare o Hoani Tapu
Important announcement regarding returning services
This week there has been a slight relaxing of the Delta Level two rules for Anglican churches. We are now able to reduce the distance between people inside the buildings to 1metre. We can also offer hospitality providing everyone remains seated and is waited on. The same person must wait on each group. We are reminded that an online service is still the best risk-free option, and that anyone gathering must wear masks that properly cover the mouth and nose. Congregational singing is still not permitted.
I will offer an online service as usual but this week, any who wish to are also invited to gather at St John’s at 10 am to watch the service together and enjoy hospitality following.
On October 3rd, there will be an online service and a “live” service of Morning Prayer in Old St John’s only at 10am, followed by morning tea at Robert Harris. (Our complex being used for the Vocal competitions that weekend.)
On October 10th, an online service and a “live” service of Morning Prayer in St John’s at 10am .
October 17th. Combined service with Methodists, in St John’s at 10am followed by the Pilgrimage for those joining in.
Midweek Morning :
This is an attempt to offer a plan in these uncertain times.
With every blessing
Parish of St John Te Awamutu
Nau Mai, Haere Mai.
A Community Living Growing Sharing the Gospel of Christ.
Welcome to St John's Te Awamutu. We are a Parish set in the historic area of Te Awamutu, in the Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki. Two of the oldest churches in the diocese are in our Parish. These beautiful sacred places are rich in history which we seek to share and help all to learn from. The stories of the people who built and worshipped throughout our parish leads us to be a people with a ministry of reconciliation, welcoming all, listening deeply to each other and guided by the Holy Spirit.
Our Mission Statement
The Mission of the Parish of St. John is to serve God by working for the understanding and growth of God’s Kingdom.
The growth of God’s Kingdom focuses on
Churches in our Parish
Old St Johns
8am: Sunday Eucharist
(2nd Sunday 1662 Eucharist)
11am1st & 3rd Thursday Eucharist
4:30 pm Evensong
(5th Sunday of the month)
1st and 3rd Sunday
4th Sunday 5pm
Evensong in Te Reo
with Pa Cruz
9:30 am every Sunday
10:30 am every Sunday
Youth & Children
Message for the Week
This weeks Collect
20th Sunday in Ordinary Time
who looked upon the lowliness of the Blessed Virgin Mary
and chose her to be the mother of your only Son:
grant that we who are redeemed by his blood
may share with her in the glory of your eternal kingdom;
through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who is alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever. Amen.
Please contact the church office regarding books so we can make sure there is availability.